6 Surrender In $15M San Fran School Embezzlement Case

Law360, San Francisco (May 15, 2013, 8:00 PM EDT) -- Six current and former San Francisco Unified School District employees on Wednesday turned themselves in on felony charges that they embezzled more than $15 million in public money into slush funds held at private nonprofit organizations that later went toward employee payments or personal spending.

Associate Superintendent Trish Bascom, former Senior Executive Directors Linda Sue Lovelace and Meyla Fatma Ruwin, former Principal Administrative Analyst Lilian Lamorena Capuli, former Assistant Principal Mychel Navales and senior clerk typist Betty Chuey Wong were charged Tuesday in the massive 10-year...
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